Last weekend, I spent some time with my friend T, who lives in the woods at the Delaware Water Gap. This part of New Jersey is unbelievably beautiful, with deep, green forests, blue skies, and hills high enough to see the horizon. At night, there's enough darkness to see the stars in full display. I saw Orion, and the Big Dipper. I saw the Milky Way and counted at least two falling stars. But the skies weren't the only thing I found enchanting. In the open grass across the lane from her house is a large green verge where the local deer Mamas encourage their fawns to graze. T calls it Deer Day Care and I can see why.